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" They declared against superstition on the one hand, and enthusiasm on the other. They loved the constitution of the Church, and the Liturgy, and could well live under them: But they did not think it unlawful to live under another form. They wished that... "
The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine - 454 psl.
1911
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A History of the English Church: Hutton, W. H. The English church from the ...

William Richard Wood Stephens, William Hunt - 1903
...something in their position which made them differ from traditional Anglican theology. As Burnet says, "they loved the constitution of the Church and the...continued to keep a good correspondence with those who had differed from them in opinion, and allowed a great freedom both in philosophy and in divinity ;...
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Cambridge

Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker - 1907 - 395 psl.
...university.1 Here it was handled by a group of 1 Burnet, the historian of the movement, writes : " They loved the constitution of the church, and the...it unlawful to live under another form. . . . They continued to keep a good correspondence with those who differed from them in opinion, and allowed a...
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Seventeenth Century Men of Latitude– Forerunners of the New Theology

Edward Augustus George - 1908 - 199 psl.
...v HENRY MORE 112 v JEREMY TAYLOR 132 v THOMAS BROWNE 156 ^ RICHARD BAXTER . . 180 MEN OF LATITUDE " They loved the constitution of the church and the...continued to keep a good correspondence with those who had differed from them in opinion, and allowed a great freedom both in philosophy and in divinity:...
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The Ecclesiastical Sonnets of William Wordsworth, 7 tomas

William Wordsworth, Abbie Findlay Potts - 1922 - 316 psl.
...been done formerly. They declared against superstition on the one hand, and enthusiasm on the other. They loved the constitution of the Church, and the...continued to keep a good correspondence with those who had differed from them in opinion, and allowed a great freedom both in philosophy and in divinity....
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The American Church Monthly, 11 tomas

1922
...preferring the Protestant sects to Catholicism, especially, of course, to Roman Catholicism. He says : "They loved the constitution of the Church and the...things might have been carried with more moderation." That means, a liturgy making more concessions to Puritanism, hence less Catholic. "They were all very...
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Light and Enlightenment

Colie - 1957
...LE CLERC Of the Latitudinarians, the 'Gentlemen of wide Swallow', Gilbert Burnet wrote: They wished things might have been carried with more moderation;...and allowed a great freedom both in philosophy and in divinity: from whence they were called men of latitude. And upon this men of narrower thoughts and...
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Latitudinarianism in the Seventeenth-Century Church of England

Martin Ignatius Joseph Griffin - 1992 - 213 psl.
...Burnet described them, the superintending design of the thought of the Cambridge men was moderation. "They loved the constitution of the Church, and the...it unlawful to live under another form. . . . They continued to keep a good correspondence with those who had differed from them in opinion, and allowed...
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Philosophy, Science, and Religion in England 1640-1700

Richard W. F. Kroll, Richard Kroll, Richard Ashcraft, Perez Zagorin - 1992 - 287 psl.
...things." Burnet summed up the sentiments of his fellow latitudinarians similarly, writing that while they "loved the constitution of the Church and the liturgy, and could well live under them" they "did not think it unlawful to live under another form " and " wished that things might have been...
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John Locke– Resistance, Religion and Responsibility

John Marshall - 1994 - 485 psl.
...things'. Burnet summed up the sentiments of his fellow Latitudinarians similarly, writing that while they 'loved the constitution of the Church and the liturgy, and could live well under them' they 'did not think it unlawful to live under another form' and 'wished that...
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In Search of the Republic– Public Virtue and the Roots of American Government

Richard Vetterli, Gary C. Bryner - 1996 - 269 psl.
...According to their contemporary and advocate, Gilbert Burnet, "They wished things might be carried on with more moderation; and they continued to keep a...and allowed a great freedom both in philosophy and in divinity: from whence they were called men of Latitude."92 Their strong belief in freedom and freedom...
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